Lufthansa flights from Dusseldorf to Newquay Airport are to be resumed by the airline later this month.
From June 20th, a service will be operated between the two hubs by the German airline’s regional franchise partner Eurowings.
Flights from Dusseldorf to Newquay are scheduled to take place once a week on Saturdays, with the route due to be serviced by Bombardier CRJ-200 aircraft.
According to Lufthansa vice president Oliver Wagner, the route is likely to be the subject of high demand as Newquay will serve to open up the surrounding area to German holidaymakers.
"The south-west is well known to German tourists owing to the popularity of the Rosamunde Pilcher novels that have been made into a TV drama series there," he explained.
Meanwhile, Lufthansa passengers on flights to Heathrow will benefit from a brighter and more spacious environment on arrival thanks to the German airline’s relocation to Terminal 1 after a £100 million refurbishment.